Established in 2002, Web4Africa has the experience and infrastructure to deliver premium solutions for individuals, companies and organizations.
Web4Africa has invested extensively in its own hosting infrastructure across Africa and delivers world-class hosting solutions. Our infrastructure in southern Africa ensures a low latency data delivery to Kenya as well as the entire Eastern and Southern Africa blocs.
This solution is the ultimate in hosting as the offers the client full usage of a hardware server without having to share resources like CPU, RAM or disks with other clients. Web4Africa offers custom plans on dedicated servers back by enterprise-grade hardware from a leading server vendor.
Web4Africa offers reliable Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting based on Self-Managed or Fully Managed options. The VPS hosting plans meet every budget and come with a wide range of Operating Systems including Ubuntu, CentOS, and Debian.
Web4Africa offers Shared Web Hosting for Kenya in two main flavours: Web Hosting with cPanel on a Linux platform as well as Web Hosting with Plesk on a Windows Server platform. All hosting plans come with free basic SSL certificates, free website builders (upgradeable to a premium version), and on annual payment plans, free domain name registration or transfer.
These are no longer an optional choice for website owners. SSL certificates have become a necessity. Web4Africa offers a range of premium SSLs for every use case. These include PositiveSSL, Comodo SSL, Wildcard SSL as well as the green-bar EV SSL.
Web4Africa is one of the leading ICANN Accredited Domain Registrars in the Africa region. Domain Registration and Transfer are available to Kenya at affordable prices in addition to additional options including WHOIS Privacy and DNS Management.
Web4Africa offers hundreds of domain extensions including .com, .net, .org as well as new extensions like .africa, .xyz, .online, .blog, .store plus country domain extensions like .ng, .za, .na etc.
Discounted pricing on domains is routinely available from Web4Africa.